When I was studying biology human-animal relationships (…no giggling at the back!) was something I really wished I’d had an opportunity to learn more about. A recent paper, ‘Understanding nuanced preferences for carnivore conservation: to know them is not always to love them’ by Macdonald et al. reminded me of quite why I found ourContinue reading “Human Bias and Animal Myth in Conservation”
A look at the plan by The Aspinall Foundation to re-wild 13 captive, Kentish born elephants into ‘the wild’ in Kenya and why many scientists, conservationists and local community groups think it might not be such a good idea and is, in fact, ego-conservationism being done by someone who might have more financial interest in it than people could be led to believe.
A look at a few concepts of value, and some psychology of economics with a view to me puzzling out my own future.
In an article definitely not about politics we give a basic introduction to the business concept of marketing, including developing a mission, an indentity, a strategy and then utilising advertising and public relations to maximise your competitive advantage. It’s not politics!
It shouldn’t take a political violence mastermind to tell you that when you are setting up an assassination attempt you need a ‘patsy’. Someone to take the fall for you so that you can get away with the ‘crime’ you are about to commit. Unless you want to set yourself up as a political martyrContinue reading “Silence is Golden: The Assassination of Sia’s “Music” – The Review”
Do you know what the real beauty myth is? That anyone or anything is innately ‘beautiful’. Do you know what the real health myth is? That anyone individual is more healthy than another. Never mind evolution by natural selection blindly stumbling into a future in which it doesn’t know what the conditions are, rendering anyContinue reading “Fat Versus Fiction”